Police have issued an update on last nights road closure in Shotton following a collision
Police have issued an update regarding a collision which closed Shotton High Street for nearly two hours on Monday evening.
A police spokesperson has said: “We received a call at 19:05 on Monday 25/2 regarding a road traffic collision involving a motorbike and a Range Rover Sport on Chester Road West in Shotton.
The road was closed to traffic whilst the motorcyclist was attended to. The road remained closed until approximately 20:45.
You will need to contact WAST for any details regarding the condition of the motorcyclist.”
A spokesperson for the Welsh Ambulance Service said: “We attended with a rapid response vehicle but there was no injury.”
Report from Monday evening: Several people have been in touch this evening warning over congestion through Shotton due to a collision.
It’s believed a car and a motorcyclist have collided close to the junction with Rowdan Street, Police appear to have blocked both sides of the road.
Connah’s Quay Councillor Martin White tweeted saying:
“RTA on Shotton High Street . Avoid if you can.”
Latest traffic reports for the area states:
“Road blocked and slow traffic due to accident , two vehicles involved on B5129 Chester Road West both ways from Ryeland Street to King Edward Street. Emergency services are on scene .”
Kim got in touch to say: “Accident by chefs wok, Shotton. Traffic is bad. Looks like an RTA.”
Photo: Martin White
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